International Socialist Review Vol. 18 - (1917-18)
Socialist Party of America, SPA, Socialist Party of the United States of America, SPUSA, SP-USA, socialism, social democracy, Marxism, syndicalism, Industrial Workers of the World, IWW, syndicalism, revolutionary socialism, labor movement, trade unions
International Socialist Review Vol. 18 - (July 1917-February 1918)
Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections
Edited by Charles H. Kerr and Mary Marcy
Published by Charles H. Kerr & Co., Chicago
Final volume of the glossy magazine regarded as one of the most important American Socialist journals of the first two decades of the 20th Century. During the period of American participation in World War I the ISR ran afoul of Postmaster General Burleson and the Woodrow Wilson administration and was effectively suppressed.
This file, generated from the Greenwood Press reprint by Martin Goodman of the Riazanov Library Digitization project, contains all 8 issues that comprised Volume 18 -- the final installment being the issue dated February 1918.
Scanning was made on a 2-up basis, with 222 pdf pages generated (444 pages of physical content).
Marty Goodman, in voice and email communication with the rights and permissions officer of ABC-CLIO (owner of rights formerly owned by Greenwood Press) was assured that ABC-CLIO asserts no ownership of the body of the Greenwood Reprints of American Radical Periodicals, tho may retain rights to the few pages of introduction found in the first volume of Greenwood Reprints of a given periodical. The original material is in the public domain, having been published prior to 1923.
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